Signicat is an IT product company with headquarters in Trondheim and sales offices in all Nordic countries. We specialize in delivering electronic identity and digital signatures as a service to our customers, who depend on us to achieve business efficiency and compliance. Signicat is subject to high requirements regarding security, quality, stability and performance. If you think that you are the right person to help us achieve this, we would like to have a word with you.
Doers are highly respected at Signicat and we try our best to avoid unnecessary bureaucracy. We release early and we release often. Experience with test automation, TDD and performance-optimization is clearly an advantage.
You will work in one of several small and focused development teams with other professionals of the highest caliber – mostly writing web applications in Java. You are driven by writing code of great quality, and want to have fun and learn something in the process. You have a profound interest in every part of the development process, from understanding the end users’ needs to writing code that works. Instead of being a small cog in the machinery, you want to use your imagination and technical skills to create new products in a growing and successful startup company.
Perhaps you already work in a similar position, as a web programmer, software architect or just a guru. You are an important employee and enjoy your job, but Signicat is also a nice place to work and we are confident that you would like working with us.
Note that an exhaustive and extended police report (politiattest) may be required in addition to a general background check. Understanding and/or speaking a Scandinavian language is an advantage.
Signicat is one of the leading providers of electronic identity and electronic signature solutions in Europe. The company, founded in 2007, delivers online trust based services to the public and private sector globally.
Signicats customers include major banks, insurance companies, ecommerce, government and public transportation. They get access to an infrastructure with over 13 million pre-identified users through a single point of integration.